Mojito Iced Tea will become you new favorite summertime drink – freshly brewed iced tea kissed with sugar and flavored with fresh mint and lime juice.
I think if I had to choose my favorite beverage it would be iced tea. And I think I might be in the minority in that I prefer my iced tea to be UN-sweet. So I brew my own at home a lot. Especially during the summer.
For a change I decided to combine the flavors of a classic Mojito cocktail with my favorite brewed iced tea from Lipton. I love the flavors of fresh mint and lime. It’s a great welcome for warmer weather. But I don’t want to be sipping rum all day long. I’ll leave the day drinking to Captain Jack Sparrow.
If you like your tea sweet like the South this recipe probably won’t be sweet enough for you. In that case experiment and add an extra 1/4 cup of sugar. I personally love the just barely sweet tea because it really lets the flavor of the fresh mint and lime shine through.
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This Mojito Iced Tea is based on a Mega Mint Iced Tea recipe from Sam’s Club at their Unilever Brands-Food Hub.
Using the Unilever Brands-Food Hub can also save you time! Pick your recipe and then click on Buy Now to order your food item. You have the option of getting your items picked out ahead of time, so you can pick them up at a predetermined time at your local Sam’s Club. I like this option for when I’m rushing between errands or I’m simply too tired to get out and shop. It happens! And of course buying in bulk means a cost savings for your family on Lipton Iced Tea and these other Unilever brands like:
- Knorr Chicken and Beef Flavor Bouillon
- Lipton Recipe Secrets Onion Mix
- I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter!
- Country Crock Spreads
- Lipton Iced Tea Bags
This post is sponsored by Mirum Shopper. As always all opinions are mine alone.
Mojito Iced Tea
- 1 bag Lipton gallon-sized Iced Tea
- 16 cups water divided
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1 cup fresh mint leaves loosely packed
- 1/4 cup fresh lime juice
In a sauce pan, boil 8 cups of the water and add the Lipton tea bag, mint leaves and sugar. Stir to combine and let brew (steep) for 5 minutes.
Remove both the tea bag and mint leaves. Pour the brewed tea into a gallon-sized pitcher. Add the remaining 8 cups of water.
Refrigerate until ready to serve. Pour over ice and serve with more fresh mint leaves and lime wedges.